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Oregon's unemployment rate has been at or near a record low for almost three years. The trend continued in June, according to the latest figures... [Read More]
In July 2016, 20-year-old Evan Davenport was visiting Eugene to attend the Oregon Country Fair when he began to act strangely. He was found wandering... [Read More]
Summer is in full swing and Cape Perpetua Scenic Area near Florence has a calendar loaded with free family events.Events include:Marbled murrelet surveys — 10 a.m.... [Read More]
Fifty years ago today at 6:32 a.m. July 16, the Apollo 11 spaceflight launched while carrying the fifth crewed Apollo mission in hopes of winning... [Read More]
The proposal, which must be ratified by the union membership, includes a 15% raise over two years... [Read More]
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WASHINGTON — The Trump administration plans to relocate more than a fifth of the Bureau of Land Management's D.C. workforce to west of the Rockies, part... [Read More]
The Oregon hemp industry is booming, but still faces an uncertain future. A lack of consistent testing policies, outdated U.S. Department of Agriculture regulation and... [Read More]
Welcome to the RG Update, a Facebook Live report highlighting what you'll find today, July 15, 2019, on   Follow Dylan Darling... [Read More]
A third armed robbery in one week has been reported in the city of Eugene.This time, the robber struck Anna's Deli at 4716 Royal Ave.... [Read More]
Mayor Lucy Vinis and other top city officials be at the downtown riverfront redevelopment site on Monday, highlighting what's been accomplished and what's next.Crews have... [Read More]
If you're getting ready to preserve oodles of produce or a fresh catch of fish but want to be sure you're doing it safely, the... [Read More]
The 50th Oregon Country Fair drew thousands of visitors this year to the fairgrounds near Veneta, including the biggest Friday crowd in decades.Attendance on Friday... [Read More]
We have a look around the Oregon Country Fair on day one on their 50th anniversay. [Read More]
Nectarines and cherries are two of my favorite summer fruits, perfect eaten unadorned out of your hand. With a few additions, these summer beauties can... [Read More]
Here's a roundup of the most notable items of discussion or action that local elected leaders will be taking up during meetings this week.What: Eugene... [Read More]
Caretakers for beautiful locales, like Blue Pool, struggle to maintain safety and pristine landscapes with flocks of people seeking their "Instragram moment" [Read More]
Greenhill Humane SocietyMya is a 12-year-old mixed breed with beautiful brown and white markings. She is always smiling and in a happy mood!She is looking... [Read More]
EventsSunday, July 14Print Your Book — Get an introduction to online self-publishing resources. Eugene Public Library, 100 W. 10th Ave. 1:30 p.m. Free. 541-682-5450.Monday, July... [Read More]
ClassesMonday, July 22Kids Cooking Classes: Fun in the Sun — Cynthia Gutierrez-Garner returns to the Provisions Market Hall kitchen for a kids cooking summer class series.... [Read More]
Hundreds of Lane County residents gathered Friday night at the Wayne L. Morse U.S. Courthouse for a somber rally — protesting detention centers and family separation policies... [Read More]
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